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Philip Morris Tobacco Company Giving Up the Smoking Business?

Since 1900 Philip Morris International Inc. has become a multinational cigarette and tobacco manufacturing company. Over 118 years after Philip Morris opened a single shop on Bond Street in London in 1847, their tobacco products are sold in over 180 countries outside the United States. Their products have been all around you for your entire . . . . Continue Reading

Tar in Hookah Tobacco 25x More Than a Cigarette

Author: Shernide Delva As cigarette smoking rates continue to decline, more people are turning to more socially acceptable alternatives like vaping or hookah. However, as we have seen from recent scientific studies, these alternatives are not always safer. In fact, in many ways they can be just as dangerous as or even more dangerous than . . . . Continue Reading

Adele Dropped Cigarette Smoking Habit to Save Her Voice

The famous singer Adele’s new song Hello has spread all over social media. If you have not heard it, you probably live under a rock. Adele spectacular voice has been heard around the world. Her new album 25 topped charts in many countries. However, it was not long ago that her voice and life were . . . . Continue Reading

Smoking Rates Hit Record Low in United States

Author: Shernide Delva Smoking rates have hit an all-time record low according to a new report released by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).  Only 16.8% of adults are smoking in 2014. This is an almost 20% drop from 2005 and is the lowest rate on record. Even those who continue to smoke are smoking . . . . Continue Reading

FDA Gets Strict on Vaping Regulation

According to VaporSearchUSA, there are at least 6,000 ‘vape’ shops in the country, some states showing much more than others. Now it seems many vape shop owners are concerned about the longevity of their businesses as the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) pushes for stricter regulations on vapes which many shop owners claim will surely . . . . Continue Reading